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New Northwest NCEA Officers Elected NEWLY-ELECTED OFFICERS of the Northwest unit of the National Catholic Educational Association were chosen at the December 2 meeting in Salt Lake City. From the left, they are: Dr. Elizabeth Baricevic, acting chairman of the foreign language department at Marylhurst College; Sister Jean Frances, O.P., assistant dean of the College of Sister Formation at SeattLe University; Sister John Marion, S.N.- J.M., secondary supervisor of the Sisters of the Holy Names, SU Alumni Reception CHECKING OUT FINAL PLANS for the Seattle Univer- sity annual Alumni Christmas Reception are Mrs. Rosemary Siderius (left) and Bruce Boozer, co-chairmen of the event. The reception will be from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 16, at BeUarmine Hall. All alumni, wives and friends are invited. BIRTHS Bernard Darilek, girl, Dec. 1. Robert Ochiltree, girl, Dec. 2. Phillip Headman, boy, Dec. 2. William Bolsey, boy, Dec. 2. Norbert Sauvage, boy, Dec. 2. David Stafford, boy, Dec. 2. Robert Barrett, girl, Dec. 3. Robert Koreski, girl, Dec. 3. George Gregg, boy, Dec. 3. Clayton Beaulaurler, gfrl, Dec. 3. John Lomb, boy, Dec. 3. Thomas Iwata, boy, Dec. 4. Gerald Gipson, boy, Dec. 4. Timothy Schabet, girl, Dec. 5. Buryl Payne, girl, Dec. 5. Arthur Dugoni, boy, Dec. 5. Eugene Atlen, girl, Dec. 5. Raymond Castner, girl, Dec. S. Eduardo Beltran, gfrl, Dec. ,5. Edwnrd Boze, boy, Dec. 5. Francis Ring, boy, Dec. 6. C. Edward Metzger, girl, Dec. 6. James Kaska, gtrl, Dec. 7. James Braun, girl, Dec. 7. Raymond Mauren Jr., boy, Dec. 7. Robert Gockel, boy, Dec. 7. Charles Santee, girl, Dec. 7. William arennan, girl, Dec. 7. Edward Easter Jr., boy, Dec. 7. Stewart Goronson, girl, Dec. 10. Emilio Davlla, boy, Dec. 10. John Vega, girl, Dec. 10. Wallace Deshornals, boy, Dec. 10. Dominic McGuire, boy, Dec. 10. Kenneth Turnbull, boy, Dec. 10. TACOMA -- St. Joseph Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Clifford FIIntoff, bay, Nov. 7. Michael Storing, boy, Nov. 8. Joseph Hamilton, boy, Nov. 8. Theodore Schabte, boy, Nov. 9, Jennlngs Irish, gtrl, Nov. 9. Thomas May, boy, Nov. 9. Edward Glgll, girl, Nov. 13. Floyd Lambert, boy, Nov. 12. Ivan Nordland, girl, Nov. 13. Gene Teodoro, girl, Nov. 13. John Harper, boy, Nov. 13. Robert Hlrsh, girl, Nov. 14. Henry Helfenknmp, boy, Nov. 14. Edward McCIoskey, girl, Nov. 15. Lowell, Bolrd, glrl, Nov. t5. John Campbell, gfrl, Nov. 15. Robert Bullinger, glrl, Nov. 15. Robert Schlblg, boy, Nov. 15. Joseph Grochowlcz, bey, Nov. 16. Dennis Weaver, boy, Nov. IZ. Melvin Byrd, glrl, Nov. 19. Eugene Cody, glrl, Nov. 19. James Nunn, boy, Nov. 20 Albert Plouffe, girl, Nov. 22. George Roderlck, girl, Nov. 23. Douglas Gartner, girl, Nov. 23. Dennis Mroczkowskl, girl, Nov. 23 Leo Gilman, boy, Nov. 23. Rodney Klepper, girl, Nov. 23. Gary Flanagan, girl, Nov. 24. Gtovanl Tomasl, girl, Nov. 26. William Wynne, boy, Nov. 26. Patrick Comfort, girl, Nov. 26. Murnane Moenhout, boy, Nov. 26. Dennie Cuddle, boy, Nov. 28. Frank Rush, girl, Nov. 28. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Truckey, boy, Nov. 28. Michael Keeley, boy, Nov. 28. Anthony Viahovlch, glrL Nov. 29. William McKenzle, glrl, Nov. 30. SU Student Shows Work In Exhibit Penelope Gill, a Seattle Uni- versity senior majoring in art, has had one of her paintings accepted for showing in the 48th Annual Exhibition of Northwest Artists at the Seattle Art Museum. The show wiU run through January 6. Miss Gill who is from Poison, Mont. has titled the modern oil work "Number 6." She com- peted with many professional Northwest painters for this ex- hibition, including some of her professors at the University. BELLINOHAM -- St, Joseph Gen- eral Hospital reports ths following births te Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kurtz, girl, Nov. 19. Peter Flros boy, Nov 19. Roger Van Winkle, girl, Nov. 19. Jerry Selene, boy, Nov. 24. Donald Plckard, girl, Nov. 24. Lowell Carlson, boy, Nov. 25. Paul Ridley, boy, Dec. 5. ternard Mallahan, girl, Dec. 7. CHEHAi.I$ -- St. Helen Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Frank Ness, girt, Nov. 15, Michael Hoxsey, boy, Nov. 2B. Joe Arth, boy, Nov. 29. Don Miller, boy, Dec. 7. EVERETT -- Providence Hospital Ceports the following births |o Mr. end Mrs.: dohn Vhoy, girl, Nov. 16. Leslie Jahllnske, boy, Nov. 19. VM.erne Jacobsen, girl, Nov. 20. ennls Nye boy, Nov. 22. Hton Hausserman, girl, Nov. 23. Herbert Pepplnger, boy, Nov. 23. David Duell, boy, Nov. 26. Ernest Jack, girl, Nov 28, Calvin Vonassche, girl, Nov. 28. Robert Llenhort, girt, Nov. 29. William Bunker, girl, Nov. 30. Eugene Miner, girl, Nov. 30. Marion Munday, boy, Dec. 1. Lowell Stauffer, boy, Dec. 1. Charles Cruz, girl, Dec. 1. John Catey, boy, Dec. 2. John Reader, boy, Dec. 3. Jpack D. Ishee, boy, Dec. 4. LONGVIEW -- St. John Hospital re- arts the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Murphy SchexnJder, boy, Dec. 2. Larry Miller, girl, Dec. $. SEATTLE  St. Frances Cabrlnl Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Joseph Zammlt, boy, HOT. 12. John Leln, girl, Nov. 13. Torrance Wohlen, girl, Nov. 14. Otis Jocobs, boy, Nov. 15. Robert Hovenick, girl Nov. 15. Wollllom Davis, glrl, Nov. 16, enoeth Kemp, boy, Nov. 16. rry Lfbrl, girl, Nov. 16. Roy Barnes, boy, Nov. 18. Robert Crane, girl, Nov. tB, Robert Crane, girl, Nov. 18. Michael McKay, boy, Nov. 111. Barley Vlsgor, girl, Nov. t9. Archle Hall, boy, Nov. 22. Robort Santos, boy, Nov. 23. Earl Robinson, girl, Nov. 24. Robert Sterling, boy, Nov. 24. Raymond Engel, girl, Nov. 27. Joseph Guerrero, girl, Nov. 27. Joseph Kelly, girl, Dec. I. Joseph McConn, girl, Dec. 4. Rlchard Schuler, boy, Dec. 4. Lloyd Dunn, girl, Dec. S. "m Edward Hule, girl, Dec. 7. Curtis Cochrnn, boy, Dec. 8. = SEATTLE -- Provldencl Hosplthl repartl the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: David Rollg, boy, Nov, 20. James DIJutlo, girl, Nov. 20. James Gusfaveson, girl, Nov. 20. " Russell Smith, boy, Nov. 20. Alnn Clnwson, girl, Nov. 20. Leroy Washington, girl, Nov. 20. Howard Anderson, glrb Nov. 21. George Oravetz, girl, Nov. 22. Burnen, gtrl, Nov. 22. Rudolf Podany, boy, Nov. 22. Donald Past, boy, Nov. 23. Ronold Bollinger, girt, Nov. 23. William Holllngsworth, boy, Nov. 24. Walter McNerney, girl, Nnv. 24. Francis Spetmon, glrl, Nov. 25. Bernard Slkorn, boy, Nov. 25. Howard Frlsche, girl, Nov. 26. Peter Riley, girl, Nov. 26. Jack Skagen, girl, Nov. 26. Joseph Roppo, boy, Nov. 2. liDonald Lyon, boy, Nov. 26. Harry Oswald, boy, Nov. 26. James Mather, girl, Nov. 27. IB" Jnmes Moriarlty, girl, Nov. 27. George Waham, girl, Nov. 27. Donald Thompson, boy, Nov. 27. Leonard Skurski, girl, Nov. 28. Robert Hoveland, girl, Nov. 28. Thomas O'Neill, boy, Nov. 28. Kenneth Stuckenschnelder, boy, Nov. 28. Virgil Haft, girl, Nov. 29. John Heuerman, boy, Nov. 29. Buford Schochere, boy, Nov. 30. Francis Roabe, boy, Dec. 1. KennMtl Usher, boy, Dec, 1. Oregon Province; Rev. Frank B. Costello, S.J., academic vice president of Seattle U., and re-elected chairman of the group: and Rev. Joseph E. Perri, S.J., principal of Jesuit High School in Portland. More than 120 administrators of Catholic colleges and high schools in eight northwestern states participated including Rev. James Mallahan, vice principal of Blanchet High School. Theme of the meeting was "The Role of the Lay Teacher in Catholic Education." (Photo courtesy o Salt Lake City Tribune) Religious Art On Exhibit Marvin T. Herard, Seattle University art instructor, and Bill Cumming took first places in the-sculpture and painting divisions, respectively, of the third annual Exhibition of Re- ligious Painting and Sculpture by artists residing in Washing- ton State. The exhibit is Spon- sored by the SU Art League. The exhibition's preview was held December 11 in the lounge of the SU Student Union Building and it will con- tinue through Sunday, Dec. 16. Hours today Dec. 14, are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday's hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday's hours are 1 to 7 p.m. Other winners in the sculp- ture division were Gordon Lee Anderson and Carl Freeman- son, second and third prizes, and Jack C. Fletcher, first honorable mention. In painting second and third honors went to Margaret Fischer and Brig- itte Auck with first honorable mention to Kjell Lee. The cash awards of $100, $75 and $25 for the top three win- ners were donated by the In- terfaith Award Fund (Prates. tan, Catholic an d Eastern Orthodox contributors.) At the preview showing Tues- day, five paintings and one wood sculpture were sold and 250 patrons viewed the art work. pieces of art were displayed and judged by Messrs. Richard C. Kirsten, William J. Hixson and Nicko- los d. Damascus. Mrs. Raymond L. Harford is chairman of the exhibition. Seattle U Receives Science Grant The National Science Founda- tion has made a $76,200 grant to Seattle University to con- duct its third Summer Institute of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics for high school teachers, Very Rev. A. A. Lemieux, S.J., president, an- nounced. The eight-week course is open to secondary teachers of sci- ence and mathematics. Teach. ers accepted for the Summer Institute will receive stipends and allowances for travel and dependents, Fr. Lemieux said. The Institute is open to teach. ers throughout the nation. It will run from June 17 to Au- gust 9 this year. Applicants should address all inquiries to Fr. ,Cowgill, Director, N.S.F. Summer Institute, Seattle Uni- versity. Mall Instruction Course Effective SYDNEY, Australia, (NC)-- A course of instruction sent through the mail by the Na- tional Catholic Enquiry Center here has led to a joint deci- sion by a family of nine per- sons to join the Church. In the last three months the course, advertised in Australia's secu- lar press, has led to 60 other conversions. GIVE A PORTRAIT FOR CHRISTMAS PASTEL PORTRAITS One Sltting One Hour By JULIAN Open Evenings Make Your Appointment Now MU. 2.6435 313 E. Pine  Seattle i leges and Universities, accord- ing to Rev. Robert J. Rebhahn, S.J., dean of students. Those students from the Seattle Archdiocese are: James Bradley, Robert Burnham, Me- lissa Cadwallader, Ann Huetter, Bah Kuhner, Ann MacQuarrie, Buzz McQuaid, Frank Michael, Veronica Miller, Patricia O'- Leary, Leo Penne, Margaret Raney, Dan Regis, Jay Schille, Kathy Sifferman and Josephine Soan, all of Seattle. Mary Elayne Grady and Fr. mct.lusKey Maine Ortmeier, :Port Town- send; Sue Hackett, Chehalis; Named Official Ralph Johnson, Be lie v u e; Sharon Missiaen, Bellingham To Africa Meet and Dick Peterson, Mountlake WASHINGTON, Dec. (NC)-- Terrace. Students from other cities Father Neff G. McCluskey, S.J., were: Nick Arvanitidis, Komo- director of the honors program tint, Greece; Peter Edlefsen at Gonzaga University, Spo- kane, Wash., has been named and Mike Reynolds, Portland; official representative of the Janet Greenfield, Albany, Ore.; World Confederation of Organi- Ken Grubenhoff, Zillah; Kathy zations of the Teaching Prates- Kelly, Orange, Calif.; Judy sign to the All-Africa Churches King, Spokane; Randy Lumpp, Conference to be held in Sales- Wh eat Ridge, Colo., and bury, Southern Rhodesia, De- Charles Verharen, Tigard, Ore. cember 29 to January 10. The appointment of Father McClus- key, who recently spent eight months in Northern Rhodesia, was announced here by Wil- liam G. Cart, secretary gen- eral of the world confedera- tion. Mattresses Made to Order and Rebuilt. Your Cotton Mat. tress Spring Filled. "EASY CREDIT" Free Pick Up and Delivery SEATTLE BETTER BEDDING AT. 2-1433 714 Taylor Ave. Elmer Carlson, PA. 3-4069) (If no answer--caU iii WEEK-END SPECIAL! at your favorite... BETTY CROCKER BISQUICK '::: 39' Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, December 14 and 15 Oak Harbor i i parish Goes Set In Dominicans Leave Over Goal - Fund Drive Do00. ,4, ,0062 For Missions FATHER FC-RSTLER Three Dominican Reli- gious, two priests and a cooperator brother, will leave early next w::_k for Chiapas, Mexico, and the new- ly-formed Dominican mission there. The priests, Rev. L. Joseph Asturias, O.P., and Rev. Vin- cent Foerstler, O.P., together with Brother Raymond Berth. eau, will participate in a de- parture ceremony after the 10 a.m. Mass this Sunday, Dec. 16, at Blessed Sacrament Church. Friends and parishion- ers are invited to the ceremony and to the reception which will be held beginning at 2 p.m. in the parish hall. Father Asturias was pastor of Blessed Sacrament from 1950 to 1953 and Father Foerst- ler was assistant pastor theve until a year ago. For the past year he has been stationed in Antioch, Calif., and Father Asturias has just completed two years of work at Our Lady of the Snows Church, Delta Junction, Alaska, as a chap- lain on the D.E.W. line at Fair- banks. Brother Raymond has been stationed in San Francis- co. Trappists Offer to Aid BurnedChurche CONYERS, Ga., (NC)--Trap. pist monks at Our Lady of the Holy Ghost Monastery h e r Faith Periled have offered to construct new In Algeria stained glass windows for the Stanwood William F. Dell, pastor of St. S T A N WOOD -- Campaign Augustine Church, announces plans are underway at St. that a total of $95,000 has been Cecilia Mission for a new pledged in the church's $75,000 church and CCD center. campaign to reduce the parish According to Rcv. Edward debt. Boyle, pastor of the mission, a loyalty dinner was held De- Final reports came in De- camber 5 with 110 parishion- cember 12. Father Dell era in attendance. A letter from thanked the campaign workers the Most Reverend Archbishop for their job. The campaign Thomas A. Connolly was read in which the Archbishop stated was directed by Community the success of the campaign Counseling Service Inc. of Se- would be the' determining fac- attle, San Francisco and New tar in the construction of the York. church and center. Dr. Donald Kcttrick, master Fro LeRoux of ceremonies, introduced Re',,. William Lane, pastor of St. Mary Magdalen Parish, Ever- Plans Series ett, who spoke on the Biblical measure of giving. Of Lectures Ernest Landry described the parish needs and gave the The Rev. William F. LeRoux, locale of the six acres of S.J., will give a series of nine lectures on Church and Charts giving aerial views of "The property purchased in 1957. Early Christianity" at Seattle the property were also shown. University e a c h Wednesday Peter McDouglass introduced evening from January 9 through the canvass members who are March 6. Messrs.: Ben Dettling, Frank The fifth in the University's McDougall, R o b e r t Gstohl, annual Catholic Culture Lecture Louis Oplistil, Hans Steffen, Series is open, free of charge, Robert Roscovius, Raymond to the public, and may be Hurlburt, Victor Spone, Law- taken for two credits in the. fence Fortin, Ernest Landry elegy. The two-hour lectures and Dr. Kettrick. will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Pigott Auditorium on the campus. Jesuit Father LeRoux is a doctor of sacred theology, an assistant Honorary professor of theology with de- ,iF grees from Gonzaga University Taps 15 and Gregorian University in Rome. Fifteen Seattle University junior and senior women have He will base his lectures on been accepted as pledges to the Acts of the Apostles and the Gamma Pi Epsilon, national Epistles of St. Paul. On Febru- Jesuit honor society, Miss ary 6, Rev. Webster T. Patter- Agnes E. Reilly, dean of son, S.U. head of the Theology women, has announced. Department, will conduct a Those young women from slide lecture on the journeys of the Seattle Archdiocese in- St. Paul. c ! u d e : Ann Huetter, Ann MacQuarrie, Josephine Sonn, 32 SU Janiee lIoffman, Marianne Kreiling, M a r y Joan Me. Seniors In Grath, Mary Kay Owens and Alva Wright, all of Seattle; Who's Who Mary Elayne Grady, P o r t Townsend; Valerie Rardin, Thirty-two Seattle University Bainbridge Island; Kathleen Seniors have been named to Driseoli, Port Angeles and the 1962-63 Who's Who Among Dolores Reda, Tacoma. Students in American Col- The other girls were Joan Meyer, Redwood City, Calif.; Joan Berry, Portland and Liz Hermann, Los Angeles. Qualifications include a cumu- lative grade point of 3.5 or over and loyalty to the univer- sity and its ideals. Negro Baptist churches destroy- ed in Dawson, Ga., by arson- ists. The offer was made to Dr. THE PROGRESS.--9 The Catholic faith in Algeria "faces a grim prospect in that country with the establishment of Algerian independence," de- clares the October Catholic Di- gest. The Arab population of Algeria is almost solidly Mo- hammedan, explains the maga- zine, while the fleeing Euro- peans constitute almost t h total Roman Catholic popula- tion. tAkeview 4.0666 SeaHle I FATHER ASTURIAS BROTHER RAYMOND Roy McLean, pastor of Atlan- ta's First Baptist Church, who is acting as treasurer of the ap- peal for funds to aid the de- stroyed churches, I I Your Luclqi: t Number [ . FUEL OIL SERVICE: LA. 3-4500 LAURELHURST FUEL OIL CO. 3200 N.E. 4Sth _ I THE IVAN NOVIKOFF FOUNDATION of FINE ARTS ,:/i,; Presenfs for SCHOLARSHIP FUND IVAN NOVIKOFF BALLET  .... WORLD'S FAIR PLAYHOUSE i! .... )i (ThiI & Mercer) SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 4 P.M. 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